UC San Diego Club Ultimate had their most competitive tournament of the quarter at Santa Cruz on November 12th and 13th. On the first day, the Psychos played three games. In the first game, the Psychos took the win with the score of 13-2 against UC Santa Cruz. In the second game, however, the score was much closer. The Psychos battled the USC Hellions for first place in their pool, but were defeated in a tough loss with the score of 7-8. For the last game of Saturday, the UC San Diego beat Sonoma State 9-5. Even with the loss to USC, the Psychos managed to be the first in their pool as a results of USC’s loss to Sonoma State.
To start their second day, UC San Diego beat SDSU 9-6, even with the zone defense that was played by SDSU. With the win against SDSU, the semi finals against UCLA Blu were next. With the lead constantly changing, the game against UCLA ended with a score 7-9 to UCLA. Last game of tournament, fighting for 3rd, was against UC Davis Rogue. The Psychos took half at 8-5, but ended up losing on universe point with the score of 11-12.
Overall, this was a great tournament for the Psychos. Every player improved since the beginning of the tournament and will be playing with more experience next week at UC San Diego.